Bangladesh Nationalist Party organized roundtable for role on Rohingya crisis
Dhaka(MD Abdur Rahman). The BNP has recommended a ten-point agreement, including national unity, to resolve the Rohingya crisis. The Secretary General of the party Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir made these recommendations during a roundtable discussion at a hotel in the capital on Wednesday (August 28th).
BNP Secretary General said, “We were saying from the beginning that it will not be possible for Bangladesh to solve the Rohingya problem alone. From the very beginning, the Rohingya problem needs to be resolved by creating a national unity. “
The BNP’s ten point recommendations include creating national unity, ensuring citizenship, security, free movement in their homeland on Rohingya repatriation, putting pressure on the Myanmar government to resolve Rohingya issues with friendly states, monitoring UN security before and after their return, Myanmar The issue is centered The government should take appropriate measures to ensure that terrorism and terrorism cannot be created.
Also present at the roundtable were Jafarullah Chowdhury, former Prime Minister’s Foreign Affairs Advisor Riaz Rahman, former Ambassador to Sirajul Islam, former Secretary AHM Mofazzal Karim, Education Prof. Sukomal Barua, USA, UK, China, Japan, Canada, Canada, Japan, Canada, , Sweden, Switzerland, Afghanistan and Turkey.